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Meet Rex Kern at Conrads on October 28th

Rex Kern at Conrads

Rex Kern will be coming to Conrads at Easton on October 28th 2021 to sign his new book, The Road To The Horseshoe And Beyond. (Pre-order now to have the book autographed and SHIPPED to you) Autographs are FREE with any book purchase at Conrads!

The event will start at 5:30pm and go until 7pm. Early arrival is suggested. Masks are required while shopping in our store, per Easton requirement. 

Conrads has plenty of free parking and is ADA accessible. 

 

Some of Rex's career highlights:

  • Starting QB of the 1968 and 1970 OSU National Championship teams.
  • 1969 Rose Bowl MVP Player
  • College Football Hall of Fame Inductee
  • 1970 All-American
  • Defensive back for the Baltimore Colts
  • Coached by Woody Hayes while at Ohio State

 

The Road To The Horseshoe And Beyond

 


About Rex:

Rex Kern was an All-Ohio athlete in three sports at four positions: basketball, baseball, and both quarterback and safety in football. His dream was to play varsity basketball and football at Ohio State. He did become Ohio State’s starting quarterback his sophomore year, but due to surgeries was unable to continue his OSU basketball career. After graduation, he played for the Baltimore Colts and the Buffalo Bills, starting at cornerback, a new position, and safety during his four NFL seasons. In 2007, Rex was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame. When injuries ended his football career, his goal was to work toward becoming the Athletic Director at Ohio State. Despite his Ph.D. in athletic administration, athletic accomplishments, and off-season experience, that door was closed. Fortunately, lifelong mentor and friend Jack Havens led Rex to success in a start-up company, acquisitions, banking, and investments. Rex wanted a memoir to recognize and honor dozens of his past mentors, as well as guide and inform future generations of the Kern family. He was convinced to open that book to friends, Buckeye fans, and anyone who might enjoy an All-American story. 

 

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